Question Mark Butterfly

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delightful flutter
perfectly poised-
ink blot on a wing

Polygonia Interrogationis is also known as the Question Mark butterfly.
Joining
NF Catching The Light
Mandarin Orange Monday

Alphabe-Thursday letter Q

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Original

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Solarized

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Fotolab app

May the Holy Spirit guide you in all your endeavors!

18 Responses

  1. very cool apps!! I really like the dotted effect in the last one.
    The solarized version is neat too.

  2. Cool effects! I specially like the last one. It looks like mosaic! A picture made out of circles in different sizes – that’s something for my math-brain!

  3. It is a reminder of the transformation from earth to heaven.

  4. Wonderful photos, I like the developments in different versions. The latter can be a template for cross stitch!

  5. Just love it 🙂
    Have a nice day 🙂

  6. The last one looks interesting. I think it would look great if enlarged and used as decor. 🙂

  7. Butterflies are even more attractive, Laurie 🙂
    Anita

  8. I’ve not seen this type if butterfly…interesting! The edits are real nice-the dotted on is really cool looking!

  9. Love your second pic! Thanks for commenting the last month:)

  10. These are wonderful transformations! I like all three….even if they aren’t all orange;) Thanks for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday Laurie:)

  11. Laurie, these are sooooo cool!!!

  12. Hi Laurie, I was having trouble but after Google showed me a site with a true half circle, white, in the middle of the underside of the wing, with the dot broken away from the end of the circle while the Easter Comma Butter fly has the half circle in the middle of the wing underside with a wide spot on one end. I.e. the dot is broken away from the half circle. Both types have the circle part for the question mark showing very clear, all white against the underside of the wings. The question mark dot is white as well.

    Thank you for your interest and getting me interested, because I will never find a real one to catch and see which type it is. 🙂
    ..

  13. wonder where it got it’s name? All three are great looking images! {:-D

  14. Love the butterfly and the processing you did with the photos.

  15. These are inspiring, great variation between them. Stylish

  16. It’s a beautiful capture!

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